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    Ceremony dates

    Ceremony One

    Tuesday 10th December at 10.30am – Undergraduate nursing programmes to include: Assistant Practitioner, Dementia Care and Practice,  European Nursing, Healthcare Practice, Healthcare Studies, Mental Health, Midwifery, Nursing, Social Work, Veterinary Nursing.  All postgraduate programmes from the School of Health and Education

    Ceremony Two

    Tuesday 10th December at 3.30pm - postgraduate taught and research programmes from all faculties (except Health and Education)

    Ceremony OneCeremony Two 
    9.00am2.00pm

    Doors Open

    Graduates go to Lower Ground Floor to register, collect their seating card and guest tickets from the Westminster Foyer, then go to collect their academic robes from the Aldersgate Room.  Any students who are attending without guests can have their photographs taken in the Aldersgate Conservatory.

    9.00am - 10.30am2.00pm - 3.30pm

    Guests wait for their graduates in the Library/Lecture Hall on the Level 1.  Coats and bags can be taken to the cloakroom in the Broadbent room on the Ground Floor.

    Graduates meet their guests there once they have robed and then make their way to photography in the Robert Perks/George Thomas Rooms on Level 1.

    Graduates and Guests take their seats within the hall.

    9.45am - 10.20m2.45pm - 3.20pm

    Graduates go to Level 3

    Guests to go to Level 4

    10.30am3.30pmCeremony begins with a fanfare and procession
    11.30am4.30pm

    Vice-Chancellor will close the ceremony and the procession will retire.  Graduates will stand and follow the procession on instructions.

    11.30am - 12.30pm4.30pm - 5.30pm

    Reception with light refreshments available in the Library/Lecture Hall on Level 1

    11.30am - 12.30pm4.30pm - 5.30pmOfficial photography is available in the Robert Perks/George Thomas Rooms on Level 1.
    1.00pm6.00pmAll hired robes to be returned to the Ede and Ravenscroft desk in the Library/Lecture Hall

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